An Easy-Access Escape from the City
Apart from being one of Bangkok’s next-door neighbors, it is a home to Phra Pathom Chedi – the first religious landmark marking the introduction of Buddhism to Thailand. It provides a uniquely Thai experience moving away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The province is a great historical importance to the Kingdom. The area is comprised of fertile plantations, farms, and modern industry; making it a natural fit for meetings & incentives events in sectors like food production and agribusiness.
905,008 people (Male: 434,105 people, Female: 470,903 people)
HOW TO GET THERE
Nakhon Pathom is just 100 km. away from Bangkok which can be reached by car, From bangkok, there are 2 routes to reach this destination. The first is Highway 4 (Petchkasem) through Aom Noi, Aom Yai, Sampran, to Nakhon Phrathom. And the other is Rajachonnani Road passing through Putthamonthon, Nakhon Chai Si, to Nakhon Prathom downtown area, bus or even train.
Golfing, Exploring life along the river by boat, Visiting Phra Pathom Chedi, Enjoying Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo
Phra Pathom Chedi, Sanam Chandra Palace, Wat Lampaya Floating, Thai Human Imagery Museum, Phra Pathom Chedi National Museum, Don Wai Floating Market, Phuttamonthon, Elephant Groud and Samphran Crocodile Farm, Wat Rai King, Jesada Technik Museum, Owl Art Museum
Nakhon Pathom is a paradise for fruit lovers and each year it hosts the “Nakhon Pathom Food and Fruits Fair” which promotes the bounty of produce grown in the region including pomelos, sweet coconuts, guavas and bananas.